Award-Winning English Tutors in Dallas, TX
Khurram "...I also tutored middle-school students in an after-school program during the spring semester of my first-year at SMU. I went on to informally teach and tutor underclassmen friends throughout my last two years at SMU in all college-level math subjects as well as statistics, accounting, and finance. I am a people person, meaning I love connecting and getting to know others. As a tutor I always strive to first get to know the student, build a friendship, and then dive into the learning content..."
Chloe "...After I graduated I moved back home to Austin and got my Masters in Global Policy Studies (with a concentration in security, law and diplomacy) at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT. Now I'm in Fort Worth, and getting an MBA -- apparently I can't stay out of school for long. As the oldest of three kids, I've been teaching informally for as long as I can remember. I've also volunteered with Austin Partners in Education, working with middle school kids on reading and writing..."
Megan "...As for History, I tutored with my university for five semesters, and created different activities that were later incorporated to the program. Art History is a personal favorite of mine and it is one of the two degrees I hold, the other being Anthropology. Having taught many different types of people, I learned that there is no one way to teach someone..."
Tyra "I am a certified teacher and love education with every fiber of my being!!! I am in my 13th year of educating and look forward to each new day. I have taught 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades, and have recently served as a Literacy Coach to all grade levels from PreK to 5th. I have experience in tutoring grade levels up through middle school in reading and math..."
Demia "...I worked as a tutor at a private school where my primary focus dealt with reading, math and writing. Recently, I taught developmental writing at Eastfield College. My teaching and tutoring experience has empowered me to teach a range of subjects..."
Jackie "...This type of reading and writing can be considered a dying art, but in my opinion once a student learns those skills, it's even more impressive. I spent a great deal of time in my educational career reading many genres of literature and editing my peers essays (from thesis papers to fictional stories), along with creating presentations. Whether it is fiction, poetry, history, or technical, it is important to find your style within the proper format. This enables a student's mind to add their special spark needed in a methodically formatted, carefully thought out paper (or presentation). It may seem like writing and reading is all I do (and while during college it sure seemed like it), I do have a life outside of education..."
Meredith "... It truly generates appreciation for learning and the greater world community. My experience has taught me that, when it comes to education, learning isn’t always confined to a classroom setting. I don’t believe that superior performance on standardized tests is the most crucial part of one’s educational experience, but high scores have become increasingly important across almost all grade levels. I have been fortunate enough throughout my academic career to have had good success with standardized testing..."
Lawanda "...I tutor all subjects; however, my passion is in Math and Reading. I love working with numbers; therefore, Math has always been my favorite subject. For as long as I can remember, I have been an avid reader..."
James "My passions are writing and logical argumentation. I've seen success in both fields. For the former, I've had a letter to the editor published in the New York Times, successfully finished a 40-page thesis as part of my undergraduate education, and currently write for Ordinary Times, a group blog whose alumni have gone on to write full-time for Forbes, the Atlantic, and other prestigious publications..."
St. John's College - BS, Liberal Arts
University of Texas - J.D., Law
Dolly "I am a software developer by profession. I received my bachelors and masters in Computer Science from University of Texas at Dallas. I strongly believe in giving back to the community and helping kids and young people to build and get clear ideas about their careers.I love and enjoy tutoring, especially math and computer science subjects. I have been a tutor and mentor for a lot of kids for about 4 years, and I feel proud when I see them achieve their goal. I strongly believe one should have a solid fundamentals of the basic stuff to be more sucessfull and to understand more complicated stuff, and hence i make sure the person who i am tutoring understands the basics and fundamental very clearly.I love to teach/tutor in a fun way to make sure the student remains interested in the subject.."
UTD - BS, Computer Science
UTD - MS, Computer Science